Côtes-d'Armor
Saint-Brieuc
Interesting
Saint-Brieuc The Essential
Interesting
Saint-Brieuc lies 3km from the sea on a plateau crossed by the Gouëdic and the Gouët rivers by means of two viaducts. The city seems to doze in the shade of its cathedral. Situated between the Emerald Coast to the east and the Pink Granite Coast to the west, Saint-Brieuc retains its old districts with half-timbered houses, its busy markets and fairs.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Brieuc
St-Étienne Cathedral
St-Étienne Cathedral
An austere façade framed by two large
30 minutes
Aubé Burial Mound
Aubé Burial Mound
A lovely view over the valley of the
30 minutes
Old houses in St. Brieuc
Old houses in St. Brieuc
Wander particularly through the Place du
15 minutes
Museum of St. Brieuc
Museum of St. Brieuc
The history of the Armorican coast from
60 minutes
St. Brieuc Fountain
St. Brieuc Fountain
It backs onto the apse of the chapel of
15 minutes
Tour du St-Esprit
Tour du St-Esprit
This attractive 15C Renaissance tower